QUICK TIP: The Do’s & Don’ts for Your Facebook Profile Page
When someone sends you a friend request on Facebook, what’s the first thing you go and check out? Their profile page, right? Let’s admit it, there are some key things that you look for when you’re reviewing their profile. Keep those things in mind and think about what they will see when they, in return, check out your Facebook profile page.
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People perform Facebook friends searches all day, every day so it’s important that that checklist you just ran down, in your head, while looking at someone else’s Facebook account profile should already be in place on yours.
Here are some Do’s and Don’ts to consider for your Facebook profile page:
- Have a fun & engaging photo.
- Have a profile picture that represents you – it should be clear, inviting and you should be smiling.
- Take advantage of the 5 Featured Photos – this gives your viewers a glimpse into your life
- Enable the “Follow” option on your profile & make your profile “public” – this is different from allowing anyone to write on your timeline. This can be controlled via the Privacy settings on your Facebook account profile
- Complete your Bio – what would you want people to read about you.
- Post about your business all day, every day
- Spam people’s timelines and pages about your business
- Force your views, i.e., political/spiritual, on others – don’t be argumentative and conflicting.
- Mix your business name with your name – ex. Firstname <businessname> Last name. Not cool – you are the brand. Represent yourself and yourself ONLY.
- Use your pet’s picture as your profile picture – we all love our pets but when someone comes to your page, they want to see who they are trying to connect with and your pet isn’t it.
Take pride in what is represented on your Facebook profile page. It’s yours. Be possessive with it “my profile on Facebook”. You are responsible for what appears on it because it’s a representation of you. Check your privacy settings and make changes to where you have to approve when you are tagged or someone wants to place something on your timeline. Implement these do’s and don’ts and you’ll do just fine.
We hope you found today’s quick tip post on the do’s and don’ts for your Facebook Profile page helpful. If you found today’s post to be of value to you, then we would love for you to leave a comment below. Also, if you believe this information would be a blessing to someone else, then feel free to share it with others.
Until next time….
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Joe & Shelly King